Kelli Masters is an attorney, sports agent, business owner, author and speaker. As a lifelong Oklahoman, Kelli fulfilled a childhood dream by becoming a National and World Champion in baton twirling, and one of the Feature Twirlers for the "Pride of Oklahoma" Marching Band in the early 1990's, along with her twin sister, Kim.
She was honored as OU's Griffin Scholar and gold medal Letzeiser Award Winner at OU in 1995. In 1997 she was crowned Miss Oklahoma, winning awards for talent and community service at the Miss America pageant that year. Kelli used her scholarship money from Miss America to obtain her Juris Doctorate with Honors from the University of Oklahoma. She began her law practice as a litigator at Fellers Snider law Firm in 2000, and became a partner in the firm in 2005.
That same year, Kelli became a Certified Sports Agent and founded KMM Sports, a full service sports agency representing athletes in the NFL and other professional sports. She made history in 2010 as the first woman to represent a top 5 pick in the NFL Draft. Bleacher Report named Kelli as one of the 25 Most Influential Women in Sports Business, based upon her trailblazing success in athlete representation. She has now represented more professional athletes than any woman in history.
In addition, she continues to practice law with her own firm, having argued and won cases in the areas of energy and employment law before the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States. Her first book, High-Impact Life: a Sports Agent's Secrets to Finding and Fulfilling a Purpose You Can't Lose was released in August 2021.
She continues to serve as President of KMM Sports, an Adjunct Professor teaching Sports Law and Nonprofit Organization Law, and Owner of The Branch, a coworking community in Oklahoma City, as well as a popular speaker across the nation and around the world. Kelli is member of the Cherokee tribe. She resides in Oklahoma City with her husband, W. Dale Reneau, Jr., eleven stepchildren, and ten grandchildren.